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I’m new to the site and this group. I’ve joined because

I’m new to the site and this group. I’ve joined because I really need to find someone that can understand what I’m going through. My soon to be husband suffers from delayed ejaculation syndrome. We have been together almost 2 years now and it has caused not just trouble in our relationship but also caused me to lose all confidence in myself and my sexual abilities and my attraction in general. Everyone I know thinks it’s not real and that I should be happy that he can have sex for hours. But what they don’t get is that when it’s been hours and he can’t orgasm and he gets angry and turns over to sleep and ignores like I did something wrong then I feel horrible. He keeps telling me not to focus on finishing but then he gets hateful after a few days of him not finishing. Does anyone know how I feel?

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Mar 20

my boyfriend has a really hard time getting sexually aroused. Which makes me feel ugly and unwanted so I totally get where you are coming from. Its such a difficult thing in our relationship because I have a very high sex drive and his is almost none existent. wishing you the best of luck!

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Mar 21

I’m sorry that you are made to feel that way too. Some times I guess I just wish people came with instruction manuals. I always thought of sex like it was breaking into a safe, if I figured out the combination then it would open perfectly every time. But now I’m lost and confused cause the tumblers are moving as I’m trying to crack the code. I just hate feeling like a failure and feeling like I’m in a relationship where he only likes me when he can’t see me.

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May 22

Being with my husband for 25 years I have been through it all. It really isn't you but you need to talk to him and tell him how you feel when he just rolls over and you feel it is your fault. Don't trap him when you talk just bring it up in a non confrontational situation. My husband has gone through a similiar thing and I thought it was me.

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